Columbia College Chicago

Meet the Faculty

Ronnie Kuller

Early Childhood

Since completing her undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago in 2003, Ronnie Kuller has been working as a multi-instrumentalist, composer, and educator in a variety of contexts. In addition to her work at Sherwood, she is a Musician-in-Residence at Snow City Arts, where she teaches one-on-one music workshops for pediatric inpatients at Stroger Hospital of Cook County and Rush Children’s Hospital. She is on the piano faculty at the Old Town School of Folk Music and an Artistic Associate with the nonprofit Opera-Matic.

Ms. Kuller recently composed and performed music for Zephyr Dance Ensemble's "Allowances and Occurrences" and Theatre Oobleck's "Possession: Baudelaire in a Box Episode 5." In 2012, Ronnie participated in first year of the Columbia Teaching Artist Development program. Ms. Kuller performs often in the city and all over the country with the 32-piece ambulatory orchestra/unconventional marching band Mucca Pazza, and is active with other ensembles. She is a registered Music Together teacher and holds a Primary Teaching Certificate from the American Montessori Society. She loves being able to bring her varied musical experiences into the classroom to share with her tiny students.